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Boys & Girls Club in New London happy to burn off cabin fever energy

By Tim Cook

Published April 25. 2013 7:00PM   Updated April 26. 2013 5:01PM
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Members of the Boys & Girls Club in New London burn off some cabin fever energy as they play on the lawn at the Thames River Apartment complex in New London on a warm sunny afternoon Thursday April 25, 2013. Club members were performing every form of outdoor activity from dancing, to kickball, to helping to clear up brush, trash, and dead leaves from the apartment complex's grounds.

New London - Members of the Boys & Girls Club in New London burned off some cabin fever energy as they played on the lawn at the Thames River Apartment complex in New London Thursday.

Club members were performing every form of outdoor activity from dancing, to kickball, to helping to clear up brush, trash, and dead leaves from the apartment complex's grounds.

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